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GOING OUT OF BUSINESS.
M0OO ffMftt (to
To be Sold at
BEFORE THE (1ST OF JUNE.
Our lease of store room expires Jnne 1st, and we want to
close our entire stock by that time. Eemember our stock is
all new and desirable. Dress Goods, Laces, Lace Curtains,
Embroideries, Hosiery, Kid Gloves, Silk Gloves, Umbrellas,
Muslin, and Wool Underwear, Fans, Corsets, Table Linen,
Napkind, Towels, Ladies' Misses' and Childrens' Shoes, &c.
P. 8. Jackets Regardless of Cost. Everything must go by June 1st.
The Palace D. G. & S. Co.,
December 11th, 1803,
Our reed rockers and fancy work ban
kets have arrived. Come and see them.
The most senolble present for Xmas at
Keller & Sons.
Y. M. C. A. reception.
By Perkins comedy.
Bicn AoTOR.It must
bo nice to be
successful actor. Leonard Boyne out
of bis salary of f 025.00 a week, has
managed to save ouougb to maintain a
magnificent country establishment In
England, where he has a very fine
stable of horses, and one of the best
kennels of bounds In the world. And
yet so great is the fascination of Ameri
ca that he will give all this up next
year for a starring tour in this country.
Ongk os- Balem. Tho Portland
Telegram of Saturday evening con
tained this very Interesting item in its
court news: "The trial of C. B. Clement
Indicted for perjury in a case before
the United Stotea land commissioner
was net for January 8th." Clement
will be remembered by Balem people as
a kind of detective hero during the past
year. He first camo to light here about
a year and a half ago as secretary of a
populist meeting. He is now some
where in California and was at one
time an active memderof the Good
Templars of this city.
Collision. Two men, named Ullrl
and Horner, somewhat drunk, tried on
Christmas night to steer a buggy over
an electrlo car on State street. As a
result, both found themselves in the
mud, and the buggy wrecked. Ullri
has a badly swollen hand and an eye in
mourning and both got fines for being
Tax Board The Btate Board of
Equalization met at 1. p. m. today, at
the Btato House. This week they con
clude their work of equalizing values,
beginning with the first distriotand
going through by number. Tho publlo
will soon know tho result of their
. A Great Bush. One of the stores
that enjoyed a magnificent holiday
trade was E. T. Barnes' Ne,w York
Racket store. Ten sales people were
employed waiting on the throng, yet
scores of customers were turned away
without even getting attention.
Generously Remembered. The
people of tho Unitarian cnuron on
Christmas day very kludly and appro
priately remembered Mrs. H. B. Hol
land, their vocal soloist, by presenting
her with a beautiful gold watch.
Our Daily Beverage, Do we
have the beat? That is what we want.
The way to get it is to try thoso excel
lent lines of teas, and the fine Mooha
and Java coffee at Van Eatou's.
Christmas Drunks. Three men, a
woman and a vagrant a young fellow
who has a mother to support, were
sentenced by Recorder Edes this mor
Coal. The best fuel in
pertou. Balem Improve-
Read the One Cent Journal,
Red mountains of Alaska by W. D.
Knockabout C!al la tho Woods.
My Days aBd Nights on the Battle
rUldn, by Obas. Garletou Coflln.
Three Vaaear Girls in South America
LUUe Oaee' Aaatul.
Days at Chivalry.
Bra-Blss New Book
Cost or Less
Governor Pennoyer feels proud of
his Christmas to the President.
T. and J. Shanks of Mt. Angel were
Christmas guest of W. N. Savage.
Postmaster Brown and wife of Ar
gent! wore In the city on Christmas the
guest of O. D. Stone of East Salem.
Thad H. Dupuy revives the La
fayette Ledger aB a clear large print
well edited $1.00 local paper.
E. C. Glltuer and W. B. Morse re
turned thin morning from spending
Christmas at St. Helens.
L. F. Conn went to Paisley, Lake
county, this morning.
Attorney General Chamberlain went
to Corvallls this morning, where he is
called as counsel in tho Shipley case.
Attorney J. A. Carson ia atCoivallis,
where he has a case in court.
Gen. and Mrs. John F. Miller re
turned this morning from a holiday
visit at. Portland.
Representative Bishop, of Multno
mah, spent Christmas with bis son C.
P. Bishop, proprietor of tho Woolen
Lawrence Monroe of Portland, one
of the few survivors of the crew of the
Barsarge when she took the Alabama
is the guest of Lieut. B. E. Howard
Rev. and Mrs. Copeland of Unity
church had a delightful Christmas
family reunion. Their son from Stan
ford University and Miss Helen Cope
lund of Tacomn, who has a position in
an abstract oillce, are In the city for the
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Wright en
joyed an old fashioned Christmas fam
ily reunion. Their daughter Mrs. Ros
enberg, J. M. and Greta of Seattle, and
Dr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Wright, of Mc
Mlunvllle, all being with them.
O. M. Prather, the Summer street
market man spent the Christmas sea'
son with his people In Washington
county. J. Maoy, of South Salem,
hasbeon missing a lot of chickens and
Christmas morning found a fine coop
of his fowls carefully stored in the yard
of a near-by neighbor, who had evi
dently taken them up as estrays and
Mr. Maoy's family were glad to get
their Christmas dinner.. L. O. Hun
ter, delivery man for Wells, Fargo &
Co, express, had just 150 paokages to
deliver Christmas morning. Nearly
everyone was prepaid and ho had them
disposed of by noon when mora arrived.
The office received for Christmas and
on Christinas day nearly a thousand
puukagea Tho midnight mass at St.
Joseph's Catholic church on Cliriat
inus eve was witnessed by a crowded
house. The servico was carried out
with great perfection In every detail,
and refloated great credit on Rev.
White and the choir The South Sa
lem Unrlstrms tree last night was a
great sucuess, to a crowded house,
Col. Ashby and family, Howard Ashby
and family and Mrs, Whittier loft on
the overlaud Sunday night for San
Jose, where they will hereafter reside.
Bread at Balem Is thirty loaves for
a dollar,.. Bulem came near having a
Christmas fire, The residence of Thos.
Holman on High street way nearly
burued. When it started no oue was
at home. About noon Walter Holman
returned from a drive and found that
the fire started evidently from the fire
place uud making rapid progress In the
wall over the mantlo. Ho soon extin
guished It. A marriage lloenso was
Issued today to Miss Mary W. Dun
ulugton ami G. D. Alexis, Henry Rog
ere, witness Also to Diana MoCarl
and David Ramage, A, S, McUarl, wit
ucss,....Boru, to the wife of W. W,
King, at homo of A. C. Leabo, threo
miles west of Balem, on Friday, Dee,
22, 1693, a son Mrs. Ed, MoKlnney
went to Turner this morning .to visit
at the home of her brother, D. F.
uampuou, wnose entire ramuy or mom-
. .... ...... .. I
er aud sir children are down with
phold fover. Mrs. Campbell is very
low A Motloe in the Journal that
all educational institutions In the city
were closed for the holiday week needs
correction In the case of Capital Uu.
nest Colleue. whloh closed Mouday
only, aud is ia session the remainder of
the wk as usual V. R. Bilyeu, of
Albany, Is in Jbo city. ..John R.
Krausso, of the Columbia shoo store, Is
ill at the home of Mrs. Kinsey on east
State street Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
Gilbert returned today from Jefferson.
Guy Hirsch spent Christmas at
home, returning to Portland today,
fj. M, Roseuburg went to Portland to
day Geo. Wright, of McMinnvllle,
was at Albany today. Dr. Wil
liamson, of tho asylum, is at
Portland this afternoon E. F. Park
hurst went toWoodburn this afternoon
to adjust some Are losses for the State
Insurance Company Miss Lottie
Hellenbrand Is spending the week in
Portland, and will take in Fanny Dav
enport's play Mr. and Mrs. W.
Shehau, of Oregon City, took turkey
with Vater und Mutter Jos. Kuertan
and returned home today Mrs. J.H.
Moores and daughter Bertha spent
Christmas with the Balem members of
FLAMES AT WOODBURN.
Ten Buildings and Considerable
Sunday night at 7:30 fire was dis
covered in tho store of Bruce Bros, at
Wood burn, on the opposite side of the
street from the Southern Pacific depot.
In a few minutes the entire building
was blazing with flames. A 50 pound
keg of powder exploded with sufficient
force to scatter the building. The
flames spread to adjoining structures,
and for a time threatened to wipe out
the entire block. The overland passen
ger train was delayed by the great
beat that scorched the depot some, but
the train soon passed by on the switch.
The realestate office north of the
burned block, occupied by L. G. Bar
ron was fired and guarded until It
burned down to keep the Are from
spreading. All of one block burned
except the Cumberland Presbyterian
church and parsonage.
Following is a complete and accu
rate list of losses and insurance, which
has not heretofore ben published:
Bruce Bros,, stock $35,000; building
2000; insurance $25,000. Will rebuild.
O. D. Henderson, harness stock $100
damaged by removal. No insurance.
Cbas. Ogle, boot and shoe store $2000,
stock damaged by removal. No insur
ance. F. A. Ford, building and stock
$2700, two-thirds loss on stock of toys,
books, etc.; insurance $1500 in all.
Wells Fargo Express office, on hand
goods, reoords, office supplies, $50.
Pacific Postal Tel. Co., loss nominal.
This and express ofllce were in Ford
J. H. Mack, paints, oils etc, building
$1200, Insured $800; stock $300, Insured
$200. Will rebuild.
Elmer Adams, barber shop $200. No
W. L. Tooze, two offices and dwell
ing $1500; insurance $950. Will, re
build. L. G. Barron, who occupied one of
Mr. Tooze'a offices, $100 on office sup
plies. No Insurance.
Pearn Cochran, 2 buildings, harness
shop and shoe store, $800; fully insured.
A Miraculous Escape.
From the great oyclone which
passed over the Bargain counter ai
The Fair, 101 Court street, last week.
But all repairs will bo made !y a full
Hue of new goods, which are daily ex
expected. O. P. Dabney, proprietor.
Marriage. Miss Mary W. Dun-,
ulngtoq, teaoher at Harrison Institute,
wan this afternoon married to Geo. D.
Alexis, the new clerk of that iuatitu
tton, Rev, Hutchison, of Salem, offi
ciating. Tho ceremony was performed
at the school, wltuessed by a number
of friends und tho officials of the school.
For Christmas Week.
Hive flues t line of single decorated
pieces and sets of porcelain, bisque fig
ures, and imported China ware ever
shown in tho city. Am closing out a
large assortment of dolls. Have a full
Hue of candles, uujs and fruits. Will
moot any cut of any cash store In Ha
lem on stuple groceries. John U.
Wright, Pioneer Grocery.
Incorporated. Articles were to
day tiled by the Slduey Power (Jo., of
Salem. Capital stock, $50,000. J. M.
Wallace, J. M. Kyle and H. J. Wallace,
Incorporators. The bank of Forest
Grove also tiled articles, with a capital
of $25,000. O. M. Kemp, D. C. Stewart
aud E, W. Haines, incorporators.
Catarrh Cannot ha Oared
with Local Applications, as they can
not reach the seat of the disease. Cat
arrh is a blood or constitutional disease,
aud lu order to cure it you must take
Internal remidies. Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is taken Internally, and acta directly on
the blow) and mocous surfaces. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine.
It was prescribed by oue of the beat
physlcans In this country far veers, and
Is a regular prescription. It is compos
ed of the beat tonics known, combined
tolt h tlia ItMftt lilnvt tMirlflnra nfttlna rll.
reoty on the mocous surfaces. The
,VU 4W wwu w,wwa f. .b.w., wv..mb, .,-
perfect comblhatlou of the two lusredl
cuts is what produces suoh wonderful
results lu curing Catarrh. Bend for
: testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY CO., Props,
Toledo, O. Bold by druggists. Price 75o,
The nlano will be given away on
New Year's day at Krausse Bros., as It
arrived too late for Oarttsa Day.
Tho building is deserted, only three
boys spending their vacation in the
President Hawley takes part in the
State Teachers' association held in
Portland this week.
Miss Cook Martzell, who was in
school In 01-02, and who has taen at
tending school in the Eist, is a.gucit of
of Mabel Janes, on Marlon street.
Dean and Matron Hansee are visit
ing in Portland this week. The young
ladles haye all goue home, and the
Woman's College Is in a state of soli
tude. If newspapers and sldetalk could
have brought about a football gtme,
the C. B. O. boys and the W. U. F. A.
would have had several games by this
time, but tho fellows who have the
management in hand, have taken no
steps in this direction as yet, und will
not, until the weather will justify ade
In tho mock house of Representa
tives of the Philodoriau society on Fri
day night, the bill In substance, that
all voters should be uble to read the
constitution of the United States, was
brought to the third reading, and after
some warm and extended discussion,
was lost. Probably the next bill to
come to discussion, will be the appro
priation of $25,000 to tho re-survey of
the Nicaragua canal.
The Phllodorians, aware of the fact
thai Salem is uuable to carry the num
ber of entertainments already on hand,
and wishing to enlarge the funds for
the purpose of beautifying and makiug
more comfortable their hall, are to give
an entertainment at Turner, Wednes
day, Dee. 27tb, consisting of music,
dialogues, pantomime, ballad. The
town was billed in an imposing mnu
ner, on last Thursday, aud the boys
are preparing to put some college spirit
into that little burg, which shall bring
to their coffers a fair remuneration.
College Int. Secretary Y. M. C. A.,
E. Lawrence Hunt, addressed the
Christian association yesterday after
noon, Mr. Hunt reports flnteringly
concerning tho coming convention of
the College Y. M. C. A., of Albany.
Willamette sends at least twenty dele
gates. A Valuable Remedy.
Hon. Edmund L. Pitts, the late
president of the New York Btate
"State of New York, Senate Chamber,
Albany, March 11, 1830.
I have used Allcock's Porous Flusters
in my family for the past Ave years
and can truthfully say they are a valu
able remedy and efteot great cures. I
would not be without them. I have
In several instances given some to
friends suffering with weak and lame
backs, and tbey have invariably af
forded certain and speedy relief. They
cannot be too highly commended."
Tutts Pills give appetite and good di
In the Social Realm.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gilbert spent
Christmas at Jefferson.
Mrs. John Glesy, Miss Gussy Glesy
aud A. V. Glesy spent Christmas in
Aurora visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Darling, Mrs,
AI. Nash and Miss Clara Churchill left
yesterday to spend the Christmas sea
son in Hubbard. '
Mrs. C. M. Parmenter went to Port
land Sunday to spend the bolidayB
with her daughter, Mrs. Holly Cornell.
Col. and Mrs. Wagner, of Hotel Will
amette decorated u fine old-fashioned
German Christmas tree for the family,
and the regular guests of the house
were given a glimpse too.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Johnston enter
talued about thirty friends at their
home in Yew Park, Saturday night.
The program included a drama entitled
"Thirty Minutes for Refreshments,"
which was well played. Tubleuus, reci
tations, after which refreshments were
served. Then they "tripped the light,
fantastic toe" uutll 12 o'ulook. .
A pleasaut party was given at the
home of Werner Breymau on State
street last night. There was a select
company present. Refreshments,
cards, and danciug woro the order of
Married, at the homo of the bride's
parents on High street, Salem, Sunday,
Dee. 24. 1893. Mr. D, L. Craven of In-
depeudeiico, aud Miss Luciuda Huiris,
Rev. G. W. Grannls, of the First M. E.
Married, at the residence of the bride
in this city, Dee. 24, 1893, D. H. La'ol
let and Mary R. Crego, Eld. Wm,
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair,
The nly Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Aramonla; No Alias.
tfed ia Millions of Home AG "Ymw the Sudu4
TRANSPORTATION NOTES AND
Steamer Elwood came down from
Corvallls last night, and wont to Port
land today. Her schedule, formerly
three round trips per week between
Portland and Salem, has been changed
to two round trips between Portland
and Corvallls, leaving Portland every
Sunday aud Wednesday, at 0 a. in.,
uud Corvullia every Monday aud Fri
day on return trip. This schedule gives
her one day, Thursday, of each week
to liandlo business on tho river between
Corvallls aud Harrisburg. "
The Modoc came up last uight from
Portland, and went on to Corvallls.
She brought n small lot of freight for
Salem. She returns here this after
uoon, and goes down in the morning.
The Altona will be up tonight and
will go on up tho river to Independ
ence, returning here in the morning,
and will leave hero for Portiaud at 7:30
The Oregon City Enterprise is au
thority for the statement that the Ore
gon City Transportation Company are
thinking of putting the Altona back
on tb Portland, Oregon City route on
account of the heavy Increase of travel
between those points. Mitchell & Co.,
agents for that company in this city,
deny the report. Mr. Mitchell states
that the company have no iutentlon of
taking the boat off her present route,
und that while the passenger traffic is
nob as good as might reasonably be ex
pected considering the excelloucy of
service given, still she is doing a fair
business and has hopes of working up
a better trade in the future.
The O. P. boats are no longer In the
swim. All three of them, Hoag, Ben
tley and Three Sisters lay tied up at
their dock In Corvallls. The crew of
the Hoag were notified several days
ago that their services were no longer
needed, but as there was no money to
pay them off they refused to leave the
boat until after the expiration of the 15
days allowed by law. If there is no
provision made today by Judge Fuller
ton to pay them off, after the 15 days
have passed they can libel the boat ac
cording to murine law and after adver
tising her, sell her for their wuges, In
all probability the nflaira of the com
pany will be uutangled today aud per
haps iu a very few days -these boats
will again be running into Salem. Op
position is the life of trade, and while
the Oregon Pacific has goue into bank
ruptcy that company has saved the
farmers and business men thousands of
dollars annually by the low freight
rates between San Francisco and val
Hay for Sale.
500 tons of choice hay for sale, most
ly timothy. Will be sold in parcels to
suit the purchaser by R. M. Robertson,
Albany, Oregon. 12 15tf
Yarmouth blaters and choice salt
mackerel, at Clark & Eppley's
Purest cidar vineuar made by our
selves. J. A. Van Eaton. Try it and
you will use no other.
Superior oranges, lemons, figs, dates
ind bananas at Clark & Eppley's.
Sixty Mile ofLocuati.
The African 'Steamship company's
steamer Winnebah, which recently ar
rived from West Africa at Liverpool,
bad a most unusal experience when
steaming botween tho latitudes of Cape
Verde und St. Louis, Senegal. For CO
miles the vessel steamed through locusts,
which were so thickly packed together
on the top of 'the water that they com
pletely covered the surface for miles
around; indeed, they appeared to be ly
ing on the sea as far as the eye could
reach. The locusts had, no doubt, been
blown from tho Morocco coast into the
sea.. They resembled gigantic grasshop
pers, and one which was secured was 6
inches in length. Of course all of tho.
locusts had been drowned. Westmin
A F4sh Fooler.
Thb latest triumph of Yankee invent
ive genius is in an india rubber fish
worm. It is said to be a remarkably
good imitation of the common earth
worm, is indestructible and in actual
use proves as alluring to the fishes as the
genuine article. The old fisherman will
bo quick to perceive its advantages. One
can equip himself for a day's sport with
out digging over a whole garden in his
search for bait. A handful of india rub
ber worms will last him a whole Beason,
and there will bo no necessity of pulling
up tho lino every fow minutes to see if
ho small fry nibblers have left the hook
bare. Columbus (Ga.) Enquirer-Sun.
A dentist at Birmingham, England,
was mulcted in $250 damages for the ex
traction of tho whole of the teeth of a
married wpman. She only asked him to
extract ono tooth. Previous to tho op
eration, she testified, sho could eat a crust
or pick a bone with any one.
OVEBCO ATSL 0TEB00ATS. OVIRO0A1S
Slaughtered at Cost !
The Largest assortment ever brought to Salem.
They Must Go
in the next 30 days!
AND COST TAKES 'EM.
C. D, Gabrielson,
...... Rfddpnt Agent,-.
LONDON aod LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Have 15 years experience; lor over eight yearn assistant secretary ol Mate Insurance Com.
pany ol Oregon. Temi orary ofilco Ktelner's Bed Coiner DrnirHtore. J'KijMW, KELIABLK
AN t LiIHEKMj Which Is sbowu by the fact t at. this company has clone the largest butU
neB of any yorelgn Insurance company on tho Pacltlo toast In 1892. ,
Oregon's Crank Factory.
Tho Crank Factory at the Btato
House has sent out another proclama
tion to the dissatisfied elements to
nerve them to acts of violence and de
struction. Good times will never be
restored In our country by bowling
calamity or stimulating socialism or
auurchy. The niau who seeks to build
himself up politically by making peo
ple believe that if he were only presi
dent all would ha different and pros
perity would be in every man'B grasp,
is a demagog and an enemy of society.
Shoes were never so cheap
its now utKraiisse Bros.
Prevention is Better
Than cure, and those who are subject
to rheumatism can prevent attacks by
keepimr the blood pure und free from
the acid which causes the disease. You
can rely upou Hood's Bursaparlllu as a
remedy for rheumatism aud catarrh,
also for every form of scrofula, salt
rheum, boils and other diseases caused
by impure blood. It tones und vitalizes
the whole system.
Hood's Fills are easy and gentle in
As cheap or cheaper than any "515"
catch advertisment houtes suits at G.
W. Johnson & Bon.
Grape Vines for Sale.
I have prorogated several thousand
good strong two-year old grape vines
for setting out, assorted varitiee, suit
able for culture in Oregon. 25 cts each.
$2.00 per d-zen, E. Hofer. Bulem, Or.,
Journal ofllce. dw
The editor of a paper at Storm Lake,
Iowa, it now biding in a swamp near
that place ia consequence of the way
he mixed up the reports of a cattle
show and a oacert. His paper said;
''The ' o icert given last night by six
teen of dorm L ike's most beautiful
young ladles was highly appreciated .
Toey sang in a otunnliK in inner,
winuing the plaudits of the entire au
dience, wao pronouaced them the
Quest breed of short horns in the coun
try. A few are of a rioh brown color,
but the majority are spotted brown
Hnd white, deyeral of tho heifers were
able bodied tine limbed auimals and
promise to prove good property."
Palatable as Milk"
This is a fact with regard
to Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil. The difference
between the oil, in its plain
state, is very apparent. In
you detect no fish-oil taste.
As it is a help to diges
tion there is no after effect
except good effect. Keep in
mind that Scott's Emulsion
is the best promoter of flesh
and strength known to
IV pi red bj 8ootl i. Bowne. N. Y. All draicifts.
Great - Christmas - Sale
of holiday goods.
handkerchiefs, mufflers, neckwear,
suspenders, furs. inens, umbrellas,
suppers, jewelry. gloves, mfttens
HATS AND CAPS, NOTIONS of all kind.
-Bargains in Every Department.-
Come where you caa buy the best goods for the least money.
WILLIS BROTHERS & CO.
OPERA HOUSE CORNER, - - ' 8ALXM, 0800'
Let at wt wlMtow dUfiteys as4 Mm mm,IbM,
Wantru. Position as housekeeper, ehsr.e
ol hotel or a'y position rvqulrlaic ret
pomlbllHy and buslncsa ezperenco. Best of
r. frences. Urn. John Plnkerton, recently
from Oi'ata, Florid. Address Brooks Or.
rpUK most perfect fitting truss male. Will
I hold a rupture where all others have
failed. For sale by J. U Parrlsh, 101 Cnpltnl
CAKl'ENTKU AND CONl'flAtiTOR. Cm
ftunlBh bids, or give bo ds on any jib.
Two or more hands furnished. J.Hchiewe.Jr,
Turner, fir. 12-30 lmf
ANTED. Situation by German clrlagcd
10 years, knows some Enellsb. Ha some
x!erleuc4 at housework. Jacob Schlewe.
Turner. Oregon. 12-19-3l
FOH BALE. An unabridged encyclopedia
Urltannlca, worth ZH, at great redu Hon.
W . L. West, i leolrlo Debt station. 12 14 tf
I nrt A ltflfJ lli-tcl tnnt UA....v.unn QlaMI.
1 Tii noma and San Francisco papers on salt
, Uenuetl's, FostofQce Mock.
EAT MAKKKT. Opposite brick stre, 8.
paiem. Delivered cneap. ix-it-ira
(IHKItWlAN f-CIENOE Literature of all
j kinds on sale at 82S Liberty street. 4-5-ly
THIS PAPJ2U is kept on (lie at E. C. Dake's
Advertising Agency, 61 and 65 Merchant
Exchange, San Francisco, California, where
contrao. for advertising-can be made for It.
EARM FOR HaIjB. A deelrable form or 169
acres for sale on long time Town property
will be taken In part payment. ApplT to Leo
Willis, In Opera (fonso Block. 12 Im
I HAVE IT.
I have been meditatlnp rtav and nleht
what 1 should get for our children at last
"I HAVE IT"
( will go to that big book store on Btate
treet and make mv adentinna In the wav
-if boohs, games, etc. Bihel will need a
1 nen hook und 1 have heard' these enter
prising Btatlonnrs have them lor sale
cuep. Their names I bear are
03 STATE STREET.
S. 0.. V. MARKET,
365 Summer Street.
LEWIS & PRATHER, Props,
Tiie best meats of all kinds sold at
the lowest prices. Reliable goods and
FROEBEL SCII00LS-4th Year,
Iufant, Connecting and Primary olasses
every week day from D a. m. to
12 m. except Saturday.
MISS 0, BALLOU, - - Principal
for teachers' daily practice work from
0 a. m. to 12 m. in Kindergarten.
Oo Monday, Wednesday and Friday
from 2 to 4 p. m. Classes meet for
study of Froebel system. Mrs. P. 8.
Meets Friday from 2 to 4 p. m. with
training class, conduoted by Mrs.
Knlghl and Miss Ballou. For terms or
Information apply at Kindergarten
rooms, corner Court aud Liberty fctreels,